carboxyl group

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Synonyms for carboxyl group

the univalent radical -COOH

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17 because of the interfacial reaction between the carboxyl group of AA component and the amide group of PA 6 during melt extrusion.
1] prove the existence of carboxyl groups in hydrogels after graft polymerization.
This can be attributed to the presence of unreacted hydroxyl and carboxyl groups in the polymer that tend to decrease the strength of intermolecular bonding, thereby decreasing the Young's modulus and TS.
As evidenced by FTTR analysis in the previous section, formation of CP-grafted-PA 6 copolymers through the reaction of carboxyl groups of CP with the amine groups of PA 6 molecules was found during the preparation of MPA resins.
2), with the cinnamic acids having a double bond between the carboxyl group and the benzene ring.
Here, in o, m and p-Nitrobenzoic acid only nitro group, reduced by Bakers' Yeast into amino group without affecting carboxyl group (fig: 1).
IA (methylene succinic acid) is a white, crystalline, unsaturated, dicarboxylated, vinyl monomer with one carboxyl group conjugated to the methylene group.
5 to 25 parts by weight of a heat-expandable microcapsule including a shell, and a substance capable of vaporizing or expanding under heating to thereby generate a gas and a nonpolar oil, both encapsulated in the shell, wherein the shell is made of a thermoplastic resin obtained by polymerization of a nitrile-based monomer (I), a monomer (II) having an unsaturated double bond and a carboxyl group in the molecule thereof, an optional monomer (III) having two or more polymerizable double bonds, and an optional copolymerizable monomer (IV) for adjusting the expansion properties.
The carboxyl group also decreased at higher temperature for most biochars, and the activated low-temperature wood biochar had higher carboxyl groups than its non-activated counterpart.
1] of coated phosphors (Figure 1b) is broader than that of uncoated phosphors (Figure la) because of the presence of carboxyl group of coated phosphors.
These groups attach to the mucosal tissue via hydrogen bonding between carboxyl group of the polymer and hydroxyl groups of the oligosaccharides present in the glycoproteins of mucosa [9].
Separate chapters list protection for the hydroxyl group, phenols and catechols, the carbonyl group, the carboxyl group, the thiol group, the amino group, and the phosphate group.
Using tape, place the central carbon card on the upper chest, the hydrogen group on the forehead, the amino group on the right forearm, and the carboxyl group on the left forearm.